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Humbert & Poyet

Grand Theodore Sofa

From 41 000

Standard dimensions:

L 300 x W 270 / W 95 x H 79 cm

L 118.1″ x W 106.3″ / W 37.4″ x H 31.1″

Fabric needed : 30 m / 98.4′

Available in:

L 350 cm / L 137.8″ Fabric needed 32 m / 105′

L 400 cm / L 147.5″ Fabric needed 38 m / 124.8′

 

Sofa upholstered in a Donghia velvet

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Structure in walnut with satin varnish

Bespoke fabric and dimensions upon request

 

Handmade in Italy

Production lead time : 12 weeks

 

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Humbert & Poyet

Humbert & Poyet

Design and fashion enthusiasts Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet founded their studio Humbert & Poyet in 2008. Both passionate about the great French tradition of the Decorative Arts as well as contemporary art, they work like sparring partners creating extremely spectacular spaces imbued with a luxurious feel. From the start, their unique style, bold and grandiose, has set them apart and given them the opportunity to work on some high profile commercial projects, such as restaurants and fashion stores. In less than ten years, the creative duo has put its stamp on some of the trendiest venues in the world.

Their projects focus on elegant and meticulous designs to create timeless spaces, where they pair visual exuberance with understated elegance, favoring premium materials such as stone, wood and bronze. Inspired by the Art Deco movement, they master strong geometric shapes, bold colors and metallic finishes, playing with scale and proportions. For every project, the young duo (they both are in their early thirties) designs all the furniture, from the lighting fixtures to the last tiny candleholder…

 

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